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Cotton is a natural fiber with soft, natural and breathable qualities. 

Organically grown cotton is the closest match to the organic skin of the baby as it preserves the natural properties of the cotton fiber. 

It is nature’s protection to the baby’s developing skin.
 

Did you know that an infant’s skin can be up to 5 times thinner and 

more sensitive than an adult’s? 
 

Their skin being more porous than adults, absorbs more of everything it comes in contact with including the harsh chemicals from the clothes. 

This means that when you put conventional cotton on your baby, they are much more likely to absorb any toxic materials and are more likely to have skin irritation because of the sensitivity. 

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Organic cotton is gentle and kinder to a baby’s skin. As the material is soft and free from chemicals, there is less of a chance of your child developing skin conditions such as eczema, dermatitis and skin allergies.

 

 

Organic clothing goes through a stringent process that regulates the use of chemicals on the products.

No harmful carcinogenic chemicals are used.

Organic cotton protects and nurtures baby's tender skin.

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The feel of organic cotton is much better than conventional cotton. The chemicals cut down on the softness and comfortability of cotton and make it coarse and scratchy, which causes discomfort. By switching to organic, you’re maximizing your baby’s comfort and ensuring they stay cozy and itch-free, wrapped in soft clothing.


 

And you will have your baby feeling as if they’re on a cloud!

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Unlike conventional cotton, organic cotton lasts longer. This is because organic cotton’s resilient fibers have not been damaged by chemicals during the growing and weaving process. That makes the quality superior. No matter how many times you wash it, or your baby wears it, it will age gracefully.

When taken care of properly, organic cotton can get softer with every wash.

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Conventional cotton damages a lot of the surrounding wildlife and plants. It also wastes enormous amounts of water. As the pesticides and insecticides are sprayed, the residue leaks into local rivers, trees and vegetation that wildlife eat and drink from, to survive. 

 

Treated cotton seeds are often ingested by animals causing them to fall ill or die. Organic cotton, on the other hand, is far better for the environment and wildlife. No chemicals are used, and farmers recycle rain water so water isn’t wasted.


 

Organic cotton is not only better for your baby’s health and for the environment, 

it is also better for the farmers that grow the cotton.


 

The farmers aren’t exposed to any harmful chemicals and don’t inhale any pesticides and insecticides. They also aren’t forced into debt from purchasing expensive GMO seeds.

That means they enjoy farming a lot more!

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Studies show that organic cotton is safer for infants. 

Due to the absence of toxic chemicals such as herbicides, insecticides and pesticides, cotton plants can grow naturally while keeping all the nutrients intact. 

Moreover, organic cotton is superior in quality.

Since it can retain its natural state, organic cotton is antimicrobial, mold resistant and smooth. 

These characteristics allow the skin to breathe and avoid skin allergies making the baby happy and comfortable.